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Fables, yarns, tales, fantasies, science fiction, magic realism and other fantastical flavors.
In which the eponymous giant primate experiences the discomforts of touring, and accommodating locals provide him with housing alternatives, evidence of which still persists to this day.
What do you do when “the blossoms refuse to leave you”? In this poignant but never sentimental tale, a young person infected by flowers moves from stigmatization to a thorny sort of acceptance.
Hal’s search for his evasive ex-girlfriend takes an absurd and surreal turn when his neighbor Lance wakes up in an empty Tokyo rail station in the form of a miniature kaiju. Happy April Fool’s Day.
In this wicked little stinger, social satire and speculative fiction converge to burst some techno-utopian bubbles.
Electoral conspiracy theories and antivax paranoia cross into a bizarre parallel plane in this nightmarish, Ballardesque satire.
In which the Gorgon’s rageful vengeance against male sexual violence becomes a terrifying mirror of her own wounded heart.